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   Dusky Warbler
Dusky Warbler
Phylloscopus fuscatus


   Dusky Warbler (Phylloscopus fuscatus) - DUWA (recent eBird sightings, view CBRC records, range map
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  1. Dusky Warbler, San Clemente Island, LA Co., 11 October LINK
    DATE: Oct 11, 2017 @ 8:25pm, 8 day(s) ago
    Birders,
    
    In this seemingly good fall for Dusky Warbler in California, I was pleased to find a very vocal and cooperative one today at Lemon Tank on San Clemente Island, where a Siberian portal must have opened a few weeks ago. This is the 2nd record for Los Angeles County, with the first less than 2 weeks ago at Madrona Marsh.  
    
    A few photos in this eBird checklist:
    http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S39854349
    
    Justyn Stahl
    San Clemente Island
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  3. Re: Dusky Warbler, San Clemente Island, LA Co., 11 October LINK
    DATE: Oct 11, 2017 @ 9:36pm, 8 day(s) ago
    I encountered a strange glitch in eBird, and was forced to recreate the checklist:
    
    http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S39855108
    
    Justyn Stahl
    San Clemente Island
    
    On Wed, Oct 11, 2017 at 8:25 PM, Justyn Stahl < justyn.stahl@... > wrote:
    Birders,
    
    In this seemingly good fall for Dusky Warbler in California, I was pleased to find a very vocal and cooperative one today at Lemon Tank on San Clemente Island, where a Siberian portal must have opened a few weeks ago. This is the 2nd record for Los Angeles County, with the first less than 2 weeks ago at Madrona Marsh.  
    
    A few photos in this eBird checklist:
    http://ebird.org/ebird/view/ checklist/S39854349
    
    Justyn Stahl
    San Clemente Island
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  5. McCown's Longspur in San Francisco LINK
    DATE: Oct 11, 2017 @ 1:45am, 9 day(s) ago
    First County Record. Found 9 October by Hugh Cotter. Photos:
    
    https://fog.ccsf.edu/~jmorlan/McCown'sLongspurP1120785.htm
    
    Look along the trail near the beach west of the pond.
    
    Also DUSKY WARBLER still present yesterday 10 October, at Coyote Point
    
    County Park, San Mateo County. Along the channel north of the pump station
    
    near a large metal pipe.
    
    --
    
    Joseph Morlan, Pacifica, CA
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  7. Dusky Warbler photo study LINK
    DATE: Oct 9, 2017 @ 9:15pm, 10 day(s) ago
    Today at 4:30 the Dusky Warbler came out into the open for a few seconds to provide some photo opportunities.
    
    The colored field marks vary depending on shade or light from a brownish to a gray/green color. The legs and beak can appear orangish in strong light, or dark in the shadows; the vent has a ochre tint; the supercilllium appears movable with distinct feathering; the sub oculareye arc is evident in muted light.
    
    http://rauzon.zenfolio.com/p859914566/slideshow#h9890a1f7
    
    Coyote Point Park is located in Burlingame, off of Hgwy 101 in San Mateo Co, and the bird is favoring a freshwater marsh of Phramites and ventures out to feed in a weedy area next to a side trail down from a levee path. Park in the southern marina parking lot and walk south to a white pumphouse, where a pepper tree grows, and around here begin listening for chirp notes. Thanks to Logan Kahle and Bob Toleno for finding this October wonder, and all the reporters thus far- keep 'em coming.
    
    Mark Rauzon Oakland
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  9. Re: [CALBIRDS] DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point until till 630pm LINK
    DATE: Oct 9, 2017 @ 7:08am, 11 day(s) ago
    Found today at 7:00am on West (marsh) side of trail, just north of pump house. Calling frequently.
    
    37.5837403,-122.3165356
    
    David and Rich Trissel
    San Diego, CA
    
    On Oct 8, 2017, at 7:22 PM, cdlou37@... [CALBIRDS] < CALBIRDS-noreply@yahoogroups.com > wrote:
    
     Sunday Oct 8, 2017
    
    The DUSKY WARBLER was seen between 515 pm to 630 pm in the weedy area on both
    
    sides of the path, north of the pump house at the Coyote Point Marsh. Best located
    
    by it's chip note. Seen with David Nelson and Bob 'Ulvang'.
    
    Calvin Lou
    
    SF
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    
    From: "Adam James Searcy serpophaga@... [CALBIRDS]" < CALBIRDS-noreply@yahoogroups.com >
    
    To: "Calbirds" < CALBIRDS@yahoogroups.com >
    
    Sent: Sunday, October 8, 2017 3:16:15 PM
    
    Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Re: DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point now
    
    Dan Maxwell and Samantha Marois are currently looking at and photographing
    
    the DUSKY WARBLER at the described location.
    
    Good luck,
    
    Adam Searcy
    
    On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 9:24 AM, Bob Toleno bob@... [CALBIRDS] <
    
    CALBIRDS-noreply@yahoogroups.com > wrote:
    
    >
    
    >
    
    > Adding a little more detail on location: Coyote Point is in San Mateo
    
    > County on the edge of the bay (Google for location). Parking is available
    
    > in the park at the marina, or outside the park at the end of Monte Diablo
    
    > Ave. Walk north along the Bay from Monte Diablo Ave if you park there, or
    
    > west from the marina parking lot.
    
    >
    
    > Bob Toleno
    
    > Hayward
    
    >
    
    > On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 7:54 AM Bob Toleno < bob@... > wrote:
    
    >
    
    >> Logan Kahle and i are currently on a DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point on the
    
    >> north side of the freshwater marsh. Neither of us has a camera
    
    >> unfortunately.
    
    >>
    
    >> Bob Toleno
    
    >> Hayward
    
    >>
    
    >
    
    >
    
    --
    
    Adam Searcy
    
    serpophaga@...
    
    Camarillo, CA
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  11. Dusky Warbler Update Requested LINK
    DATE: Oct 8, 2017 @ 6:39pm, 11 day(s) ago
    Hello,
    
    If anyone is chasing the bird this evening, any update (even a negative report) would be appreciated. Chase trip plans are being formulated...
    
    Cheers and Good Birding,
    
    Rich Trissel
    Gualala, CA
    
    David Trissel
    San Diego, CA
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  13. DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point until till 630pm LINK
    DATE: Oct 8, 2017 @ 7:22pm, 11 day(s) ago
    Sunday Oct 8, 2017
    
    The DUSKY WARBLER was seen between 515 pm to 630 pm in the weedy area on both
    
    sides of the path, north of the pump house at the Coyote Point Marsh. Best located
    
    by it's chip note. Seen with David Nelson and Bob 'Ulvang'.
    
    Calvin Lou
    
    SF
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    
    From: "Adam James Searcy serpophaga@... [CALBIRDS]" < CALBIRDS-noreply@yahoogroups.com >
    
    To: "Calbirds" < CALBIRDS@yahoogroups.com >
    
    Sent: Sunday, October 8, 2017 3:16:15 PM
    
    Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Re: DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point now
    
    Dan Maxwell and Samantha Marois are currently looking at and photographing
    
    the DUSKY WARBLER at the described location.
    
    Good luck,
    
    Adam Searcy
    
    On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 9:24 AM, Bob Toleno bob@... [CALBIRDS] <
    
    CALBIRDS-noreply@yahoogroups.com > wrote:
    
    >
    
    >
    
    > Adding a little more detail on location: Coyote Point is in San Mateo
    
    > County on the edge of the bay (Google for location). Parking is available
    
    > in the park at the marina, or outside the park at the end of Monte Diablo
    
    > Ave. Walk north along the Bay from Monte Diablo Ave if you park there, or
    
    > west from the marina parking lot.
    
    >
    
    > Bob Toleno
    
    > Hayward
    
    >
    
    > On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 7:54 AM Bob Toleno < bob@... > wrote:
    
    >
    
    >> Logan Kahle and i are currently on a DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point on the
    
    >> north side of the freshwater marsh. Neither of us has a camera
    
    >> unfortunately.
    
    >>
    
    >> Bob Toleno
    
    >> Hayward
    
    >>
    
    >
    
    >
    
    --
    
    Adam Searcy
    
    serpophaga@...
    
    Camarillo, CA 
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  15. Re: [CALBIRDS] Re: DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point now LINK
    DATE: Oct 8, 2017 @ 3:16pm, 11 day(s) ago
    Dan Maxwell and Samantha Marois are currently looking at and photographing the DUSKY WARBLER at the described location.
    
    Good luck,
    Adam Searcy
    
    On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 9:24 AM, Bob Toleno bob@... [CALBIRDS] < CALBIRDS-noreply@yahoogroups.com > wrote:
    
      Adding a little more detail on location: Coyote Point is in San Mateo County on the edge of the bay (Google for location). Parking is available in the park at the marina, or outside the park at the end of Monte Diablo Ave. Walk north along the Bay from Monte Diablo Ave if you park there, or west from the marina parking lot.
    
    Bob Toleno 
    Hayward 
    
    On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 7:54 AM Bob Toleno < bob@... > wrote:
    
    Logan Kahle and i are currently on a DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point on the north side of the freshwater marsh. Neither of us has a camera unfortunately.
    
    Bob Toleno 
    Hayward 
    
    --
    Adam Searcy serpophaga@...
    Camarillo, CA
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  17. Re: DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point now LINK
    DATE: Oct 8, 2017 @ 9:24am, 11 day(s) ago
    Adding a little more detail on location: Coyote Point is in San Mateo County on the edge of the bay (Google for location). Parking is available in the park at the marina, or outside the park at the end of Monte Diablo Ave. Walk north along the Bay from Monte Diablo Ave if you park there, or west from the marina parking lot.
    
    Bob Toleno 
    Hayward 
    
    On Sun, Oct 8, 2017 at 7:54 AM Bob Toleno < bob@... > wrote:
    
    Logan Kahle and i are currently on a DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point on the north side of the freshwater marsh. Neither of us has a camera unfortunately.
    
    Bob Toleno 
    Hayward 
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  19. DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point now LINK
    DATE: Oct 8, 2017 @ 7:54am, 12 day(s) ago
    Logan Kahle and i are currently on a DUSKY WARBLER at Coyote Point on the north side of the freshwater marsh. Neither of us has a camera unfortunately.
    
    Bob Toleno 
    Hayward 
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  21. Re: DUSKY WARBLER at Madrona LINK
    DATE: Sep 30, 2017, 20 day(s) ago
    The incredibly skulky DUSKY WARBLER (found by Tracy Drake) continued
    
    intermittently this morning at Madrona Marsh until I left around 10:30
    
    AM. As others have pointed out, has a chip very similar to that of a
    
    Lincoln's Sparrow.
    
    Also in the area, a continuing Black-and-White Warbler.
    
    http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S39477915
    
    --
    
    Christopher Taylor
    
    Marina del Rey, CA
    
    http://kiwifoto.com
    
    
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  23. Dusky Warbler continues Saturday a.m. LINK
    DATE: Sep 30, 2017, 20 day(s) ago
    The bird found and photographed yesterday by Tracy Drake at Madrona Marsh in Torrance, Los Angeles County is being chased in circles by a crowd of 60 or so birders. Just find the crowd of birders at the southwestern portion of the Nature Preserve.
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  25. Request for documentation for CBRC review species LINK
    DATE: Nov 17, 2016, 11 month(s) ago
    Greeting Calbirders,   As fall migration is winding down, I hope that you all got out and saw some good birds over the past few months. There were a number of reports on listservs and on eBird of California Bird Records Committee (CBRC)
    review species . If you saw any of these, I encourage you to submit your documentation (written descriptions, photos, and/or audio recordings) to the CBRC. In particular, I have included a list below
    for which the CBRC has received little or no documentation. If you have not submitted documentation to the CBRC previously and you don’t know what to include, please visit the
    CBRC website where you can find
    submission guidelines as well as a
    report form . One of the CBRC’s primary purposes is to permanently maintain documentation of rare birds in order to better understand the status and distribution of birds in California, as well
    as to preserve these records for future research. Your submission of documentation greatly facilitates the work of the CBRC in pursuing this goal.   Great () Frigatebird – Point Pinos MTY, 2 Nov: 0 reports Nazca Booby – Point Pinos MTY, 14 Nov: 0 reports Black Vulture – Bodega Bay SON, 22 Oct-8 Nov: 0 reports Bar-tailed Godwit – Shoreline Park ALA, 3-5 Sep: 1 report Little Stint – Tolowa Dunes DN, 1 Aug: 1 report Little Stint – Centerville Wetlands HUM, 31 Aug: 1 report Little Stint – San Jacinto Wildlife Area RIV, 9-15 Oct: 3 reports Red-necked Stint – Humboldt Bay HUM, 14 Aug: 3 reports Red-necked Stint – Eel River Estuary HUM, 1 Sep: 0 reports Red-necked Stint – San Jacinto Wildlife Area RIV, 5-9 Sep: 3 reports Thick-billed Murre – near Bodega Head SON, 9 Oct: 3 reports Yellow-bellied Flycatcher – Humboldt Bay HUM, 16-21 Sep: 2 reports Dusky-capped Flycatcher – Antonelli Pond SCZ, 4 Sep: 0 reports Dusky-capped Flycatcher – Point Pinos MTY, 14-16 Nov: 0 reports Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher – Carpinteria Creek SBA, 30 Sep: 0 reports Blue-headed Vireo – Fort Rosecrans Nat’l Cemetery SD, 18 Sep: 0 reports Winter Wren – Crystal Spring SBE/INY, 5-7 Nov: 1 report Dusky Warbler – Oyster Point SM, 24-26 Sep: 4 reports Rufous-backed Robin – Chiriaco Summit RIV, 13-14 Oct: 0 reports Rufous-backed Robin – Desert Center RIV, 12-16 Nov: 0 reports Mourning Warbler – Galileo Hill KER, 10-11 Sep, 3 reports Cape May Warbler – Point Reyes MRN, 11 Oct: 0 reports Cape May Warbler – Palo Alto SCL, 15-17 Oct: 1 report Rusty Blackbird – Smith River DN, 15 Nov: 0 reports Streak-backed Oriole – Desert Center RIV, 23-24 Oct: 3 reports Common Grackle – Smith River DN, 15 Nov: 0 reports   Thank you, Tom   Thomas A. Benson Secretary, California Bird Records Committee secretary@...  
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  27. Re: Dusky Warbler - Orange County LINK
    DATE: Oct 9, 2016 @ 9:57am, 1 year(s) ago
    Just an update, a throng of birders has been at Huntington Central Park in Orange County all morning and as of 10 am the Dusky Warbler has not been seen.
    
    Ryan Winkleman
    
    Rancho Santa Margarita
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  29. Dusky Warbler - Orange County LINK
    DATE: Oct 8, 2016 @ 10:29am, 1 year(s) ago
    Dorian Anderson and Roger Schoedl found a Dusky Warbler this morning on the east side of Talbert Lake in Huntington Central Park, Orange County. The identity was confirmed by Brian Daniels.
    Ryan Winkleman Rancho Santa Margarita
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